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Drunk Driving Bank Answered

I am looking for ideas or a complete solution to locking up your car keys when getting drunk, but allowing access to the keys the next day to go to work or whatever. The idea is to make an electronic bank of sorts that you would deposit your car keys into and it would be time delayed, so you could not open it till the following day. Another idea is to make a breathalizer that you could make and install in your vehicle, and not have it monitored or have to make monthly payments on it as they are set up now.

I know my son has good intentions of not drinking and driving, but we all know when drunk, your intentions are impaired. if people that wanted to drink, yet not drive, a setup like this could save people from driving when impaired even though they normally wouldn't. If someone has an idea on this issue, I would love to hear about it and could help in the construction of this type of device, be it supplying components, to financing the project. Message me here and I can give you my ph number, etc to make getting together easier.

Dan

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iceng

7 years ago

Reno Nevada USA just silenced the first autonomous vehicle owned by Google.
Part of the license stipulates it mus bring two licensed passengers when driving in Nevada.

This will probably end drunk driving one day........

Except if it gets a virus,  then it will be  carused   Carused  :¬)


 

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steveastrouk

7 years ago

Just do what the French have mandated, a breathalyser in the car, tied to the driver. Any alcohol and the car locks out.

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icengsteveastrouk

Reply 7 years ago

What cost does that put on a French car ?
If you know :)

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steveastroukiceng

Reply 7 years ago

Its a new spec. I think its due in the 2014 model year or something. Iwonder how they'll stop the passengers breathing in instead ??

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icengsteveastrouk

Reply 7 years ago

Good point or people like our ibles group who make a good breath saver.